Judicaelle Irakoze is a burundian feminist, passionate with articulating about gender inequalities. She is the founder and Executive Director of Choose Yourself, an non profit organization building a world where gender equity reigns through community building. She also runs Abigaelle Closet, a fashion company empowering lives through fashion. She is a publisher author. Her story Mamoutchka was published in the anthology ” the season for building houses “. Judicaelle has written different articles published in The Portland press Herald, the guardian. She constantly blogs at African feminism, a community writing of African feminists
Month: November 2018
Valmy S. Karemera was born in Rwanda and moved to North America as a teenager. He became an Adventist while studying Biology in Canada, after which he went on to pursue his graduate studies in the US. He is currently a investor and resides in the Houston Area with his wife and tow children.
Follow him on Twitter: @valmysk
Greetings, my name is Wokie Zaria Kiamue. Born in Monrovia, Liberia, I relocated to the
Commonwealth of Dominica with my parents when I was just five years old. My mother and I
immigrated to the United States when I was six; my father joined us two years later.